Date | February, 2015

Cheyenne River Reservation Service Trip May 23–31 ~ Sign up by March 20!

Saturday, May 23, 2015 through Sunday, May 31, 2015 Eagle Butte, South Dakota For the last six years, students from across all New School divisions traveled to Eagle Butte, South Dakota, for a week-long Habitat for Humanity build. Trip participants have made a significant impact in the community, helping to build two new homes, insulating […]

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Take the Campus Climate Survey and Receive a $5 CVS Gift Card

All students are encouraged to take a moment to complete the Campus Climate Survey, which ask questions about incidences of certain types of sexual and physical experiences in relationships on campus. The survey is part of The New School’s ongoing efforts to assess the attitudes and needs of our community in order to ensure a […]

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Graduating Students Celebrate 100 Nights to Commencement

The countdown to this year’s graduation ceremony has begun! On Wednesday, February 11, 2015, exactly 100 days before The New School’s 2015 commencement, graduating students gathered at the Fifth Annual 100 Nights Celebration: Countdown to Commencement to celebrate how far they’ve come and to savor the short time left in their current academic endeavors. Attendees […]

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Call for Performers with Disabilities for Cabaret Production: Auditions March 7

Phamaly Theatre Company, a theater company that produces plays and musicals cast entirely of performers with disabilities across the spectrum, is currently seeking performers for its summer 2015 production of Cabaret, which will be presented in Denver, CO.  Auditions will be held in New York City on Saturday, March 7, 1:00-5:00 p.m. (by appointment only) […]

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7th Annual ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival at The New School ~ March 12-18

The New School is proud to be a presenter venue of the 7th Annual ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival, the largest festival in the country dedicated to presenting award-winning films made by and about people with different disabilities – physical, developmental and psychological. The following screenings will be held at The New School: Midfield (short […]

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Student Housing “Of the Month” Awards: January 2015

The mission of The New School’s Student Housing is to enhance students’ learning experience by building residential communities that support both academic and personal growth. Every month, the Student Housing and Residence Life staff votes to honor the exceptional people and programs that help develop the welcoming, fun, and engaging communities in the New School […]

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Visit Athletics and Recreation’s new location in February and receive a free week at NY Health and Racquet Club!

As an incentive for visiting the new Athletics and Recreation office in February 2015 (during office hours), the office is giving away vouchers for a complimentary one-week membership at the New York Health and Racquet Club (NYHRC). Stop by the office before February ends to receive your voucher. ATHLETICS AND RECREATION 72 Fifth Avenue, Room […]

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“Tunnel of Oppression” Event: February 27

“You may shoot me with your words, you may cut me with your eyes, you may kill me with your hatefulness, but still like air, I’ll rise!” ~Maya Angelou  Student Housing and Residence Life is proud to present the first ever “Tunnel of Oppression” event at The New School. Participants will go on a 15-minute tour, where […]

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The Story of the Baldwin Rivera Boggs Center

By Brittany Duck. This post originally appeared on the Wellness at The New School blog on May 22, 2014. With graduation rapidly approaching, it’s an apt time to reflect on my time at The New School. In my two years as a graduate student in The New School for Public Engagement, I have had my […]

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2013 Denim Day Student Essay Winner: “Challenging the Norms of Rape Culture” by Lauren Peterson

As a part of the 2013 Denim Day NYC, a rally held annually in April to raise awareness about sexual violence, undergraduate students from across the city were asked to submit opinion pieces for an essay contest, “Telling the Truth About Sexual Violence.” Denim Day organizers selected one winner from each borough, and Lauren Peterson, […]

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